Discussion in 'Current Events' started by WillowTree, Dec 21, 2011.
is 32 dollars a pound in Norway! The norweigans are thinking of making their own butter.
Nutter. 'nuff said.
oh... Nutter butter? OK.. if that's what you prefer.
no really, it's just butter.
and you are the nutter.... get it?
no, they have no butter.
and you have plenty of nutter
Why don't they have butter?
You see, the whole point of starting a thread is to have some kind of context to create a discussion of some type.
For instance.... "Norway has a butter shortage due to an exceptional rainy season that stunted the grazing and production of their Dairy Cows. As a result, the price of butter is up to the equivalent of $32/lb".... then of course, provide a link to the article so that we all could read it.
But I suppose that's too much to ask from a nutter like you.
there's a shortage of butter, due to the baking at Christmas time. You know Norway is famous for their butter cookies aka shortcake. so alas. butter is 32 bucks a pound and the Norwiegans are contemplating churning they own.
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